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30 Steps to Master ASP.NET MVC Application development
Welcome Readers!, I am starting out a new series on ASP.NET MVC skill building which will be posted over the next couple of weeks. Let me know your thoughts on the content, which I have planned and a couple of them has been taken from ASP.NET MVC2 Cookbook. (NOTE: Only the heading has been taken, the content will be not :)). Do let me know what you would like to see, or any additional inputs or ideas to cover in this topics. The 30 steps are oultined below for quick reference. Will start filling ......

Posted On Thursday, June 10, 2010 4:49 PM

ASP.NET MVC Application In Action - I (DailyJournal)
Its been long due I was planning to write an article on creating some useful ASP.NET MVC application. I have code named it "DailyJournal". Its a simple application which allows creation of multiple activities and assign tasks to these activities. Its' kind of "Yet another Task/Todo application". The credentials which you can use with the attached demo application is shown below. Collapse Copy Code User Name : admin Password : admin123 Framework/Libraries Used ASP.NET MVC jQuery + jQuery UI (for ajax ......

Posted On Friday, May 21, 2010 7:57 AM

Lets build a simple blog engine - Prototype for Public Site [eboard] - 3
Prototype This time we will have a basic prototype ready for the public website. The design will be kept simple so that we could concentrate on the main task at hand. Later on we will enable theming,so that the user could customize the blog to their heart's content. The landing page looks like in the figure below. Create a "Blog" folder under the "Views" folder in the website. Add an aspx and copy the below markup and name it "List.aspx". <%@ Page Title="" Language="C#" MasterPageFile="~/Views/Sha... ......

Posted On Saturday, November 28, 2009 12:25 AM

Lets build a simple blog engine [eboard] - 2
Welcome to the 2nd series of building a blog engine. In the first part we have laid out the foundation for this application and modeled the DB structure for quick mockup. You can read the first part here lets-build-a-simple-blog-en... One thing I missed to mentioned in the first part is the we will be using the excellent ELMAH for error logging. This is a pretty cool module which hooks up to the system and logs all exceptions without writing a single line of code. You can read more ......

Posted On Friday, November 27, 2009 1:47 AM

Lets build a simple blog engine [eboard] - 1
Welcome to eBoard Hello and welcome to this series of application development using mvc, jquery, automapper, ninject. Though the world doesn't need another blog engine, but sometimes reinventing the wheel teaches you many unknown things and it's the learning experinece that counts more than anything else. I have been using mvc + jquery for about a year now. So, it's time to put down something which will help the beginner with this technologies get a good graps of the fundamentals ......

Posted On Friday, November 27, 2009 12:17 AM

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